Welcome to the royal city of Ayodhya, a realm ruled by the Sun dynasty, where peace reigns among the citizens while discord simmers behind the palace walls. A prophecy predicts that a son of the Sun dynasty will slay the immortal Ravana and defeat his demon army—but how will a mere human succeed where all the gods have failed?
Meanwhile, Ayodhya’s emperor is torn between his own needs and the needs of the empire. His rebellious third wife, raised as a warrior, is haunted by her past. A defiant servant, stigmatized by her deformity, is willing to destroy the empire to achieve her own aims. A prince, unaware of his own divine origin, falls in love with a princess so extraordinary even the all-seeing sages cannot fathom her destiny. Shape-shifting blood-drinkers from the celestial realm fill the forests around the city, and the time of prophecy is drawing near—but will the blessings of the gods be enough to fend off the darkness growing in the heart of Ayodhya?
A truly original reimagining of the classic Indian epic, the Ramayana, as told primarily through the eyes of the women behind the throne, Shadows of the Sun Dynasty reveals an entirely new perspective on an ancient story.
Set in a world of kings and queens, celestial battles, invisible foes, and family rivalries, this epic tale forges legends in the fires of betrayal and prophecy.
Hardbound, 496 pages, numerous color illustrations, 8" x 10.25"
About the Author:
This mother-daughter team have worked on the Sita’s Fire Trilogy for over a decade. Separated by geographical distance, they have nurtured their relationship through this joint artistic venture, a product of their love for each other and a dedication to their individual crafts.
VRINDA SHETH was raised in Sweden on stories from ancient Indian. She began writing while studying classical dance in Kalakshetra, South India. Vrinda has a degree in English from University of Florida and lives in Florida with her husband and daughter.
ANNA JOHANSSON is a self-taught water color artist originally from Sweden. Her artwork is inspired by the mystical yoga tradition of ancient India. She presently lives with her husband in Florida, USA. When she is not creating art, she enjoys spending time with her granddaughter.
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